Nikitha Thukral is a famous actress in Telugu. She is heart-throb for the youth of Andhra Pradesh. She is one of the successful actresses in Tollywood. Nikitha is a Punjabi who is brought up in Mumbai. She has an M.A Economics degree from KishinChand Chellaram College. Initially she was not interested in films but she was seen by legendary producer,D.Rama Naidu. Nikitha’s beauty captured his attention and he gave a chance to her for the film
Hai. With the first film itself, Nikitha proved herself as an excellent actress.
She hasn’t looked back after the film Hai. She has acted nearly 15 films in Tollywood. Her notable performances can be seen in
Kalyana Ramudu, Anasuya, Aganthakudu, Don, Bhadradri, Maharajasri. Though she was talented and gorgeous she was limited for only small movies in Tollywood. So, after 2008 she gave a break to Telugu movies and concentrated on Kannada. In Kannada, she has acted with many lead actors like Upendra, Darshan, Rajkumar,etc.,
When she was at peak stage in Sandalwood, she was banned from Kannada field due to a controversy. Nikitha has been alleged that she has an illicit affair with Kannada top actor, Darshan by Darshan’s wife. Her health has been disturbed a lot due to these allegations. She faced a lot of stress and low blood pressure. But Nikitha has not disappointed she did few other movies in Tamil and started her second innings in Tollywood. After her comeback in Tollywood she was limited only to small roles and guest roles. She also acted in Bigboss, Kannada version.
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Nikita Thukral was born in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. She finished her graduation in Master of Arts in Economics from Kishinchand Chellaram College. She received her career’s first film offer from producer D.Ramanaidu for the movie ‘Hai’, in the year 2002, while she visited a hotel for dinner. After the movie Hai, she co-starred with Fahad Fazil in the cinema Kaiyethum Doorath, which was not up to the level of expectations in the Malayalam talkie industry; however she received offers from several Tamil and Telugu plays. She also acted in movies like Sambaram and Kurubu. She made her entry in the Kannada film industry in the year 2005 with the screen show ‘Maharaja’ by S S Niwas.
After that talkie, she came back to the Tamil cinema for Venkat Prabhu's ‘Sarajo’. She played the role of Kalyani for that talkie. She received several appraisals for her performance in the movie. The song Kodana Kodi for the drama Sarajo became famous and helped her to receive the award from ITFA as a best-supporting Actress. She then signed a show with Gautam Menon's Chennaiyil Oru Malaikalam, but that dropped after two schedules. She moved from Telugu to Kannada movies by the year 2008. Then she signed an agreement to act with several co-stars Like Punnet Rajkumar, Darshan, Upendra, and V.Ravichandran.
She signed to partner with
Ramesh Aravind for the film Priyasakha and Cottonpet after her show Prince. After that, she contracted with Telugu play Apartment. She then joined the Thriller Tamil cinema Muran with the role Indhu. She co-starred with Prasanna and Cheran. She also acted in
Kranthiveera Sangolli Rayanna. In 2013, she played in the movie
Alex Pandian. In 2014, she featured in some of the Kannada plays like Namo Bhootatma and
Namaste Madam. She also appeared in Crime Drama - Ring Road Shubha,which was also retranslated in the Telugu language as a horror film Avunu 2 and also retranslated in Hindi debut traffic.
Apart from acting, She also works as a designer for Roopa Vohra, as a modeling work. She also took part in the Reality Show of Kannada Television like BiggBoss- First Season. She participated there for almost ninety-nine days and became the Second runner up for that season. She is banned from acting in Kannada movie by Producer's Association due to her illegal Relationship with an actor, this happened due to the complaint of the Hero's wife to the Producer's Association. She made a guest appearance for her Kannada movies like Namaste Madam and Namo Bhootatma. She also appeared for a song Soodana Moogini in the play